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Can't stand the Heat? Plug in the Slow Cooker!-Chicken Salad

Updated: Mar 31, 2020

Summertime in the South is long, hot & humid and who wants to stand by a fire (stove, oven, grill) to make dinner? My Symphony Seasonings to the rescue!

Our cooks have been busy testing recipes that will keep your kitchen cool, but are delicious and easy!

For our final slow cooker recipe in this series, we're bringing back a summertime staple-Chicken Salad. However, we've changed the recipe a little to add more protein and healthy fats while keeping it simple to make and tasty to eat! We use a combination of white & dark meat along with My Symphony Seasonings' organic herbs & spices to make this a recipe you will be happy to bring to the table.

The herbal blend used, Once upon a Thyme, combines the citrus notes of lemon thyme and dried lemon peel with parsley, chives and more while the spice blend, Bon Vie, brings the seasonings with unrefined sea salt, pepper and paprika, etc.

We like to add boiled eggs to our chicken salad to add more protein and guess what...we boiled the eggs in our slow cooker too! Simply place 3 or more eggs in your crockery, cover with tap water and set to cook on high for 1 1/2 hours. Once the time is up, place the eggs in a bowl with ice water; this will help to remove the peel more easily. You may want to go ahead and boil extra to have on hand for a quick snack or breakfast.

Serve your chicken salad with crudités like cucumber, zucchini or apple slices, on a croissant, with toast or crackers, in a large lettuce leaf, stuffed in colorful bell pepper boats, however you and your guests would enjoy it!

Let us know when you use the recipes by using #MySymphonySeasonings in your social media foodie pix!

Disclaimer: Content on this site is for informational purposes and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment. Health statements regarding herb, spice & botanical dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition.


If you would like a printable recipe for these meals, send us an and we would be happy to share with you!

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